Who’s Hollywood’s biggest biker badass?



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  1. Jack Deth says:

    Bah! and Fie! I say unto you guys!

    If you are looking for multiple motorcycle bad asses in one film.I would proffer a title from the 1970s. ‘The Losers’. or ‘Nam Angels’. Where William Smith and Adam Roarke lead a group of L.A. bikers who are recruited by Bernie Hamiliton to go to Cambodia and rescue an low tier embassy staff member with connections to the CIA
    from the clutches of the NVA.

    Granted. their bikes are Yamaha dirt type. All are tricked out with armor, M-16s, M-60s and assorted rockets.

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